This is an extended version of Assignment 2, where you elaborate on your argument from the first paper. You have to demonstrate that you understand the theory and how to apply it to the game, showing that you're an expert both on the game and on the theoretical aspects that are relevant to your discussion. It may be the case that, in playing the game in more depth, you realize your initial assumptions are challenged—rebating or qualifying your previous work is a perfectly valid paper. You cannot take the previous assignment and paste in a couple more paragraphs—that will be an instant F.
Both assignments will evaluate your capacity to analyze the specific aspects of the game that you advance in the first paper, and providing novel insight on the game, i.e. your reader should learn something new about it.
For this assignment, expand and strengthen your argument by providing examples from gameplay, as well as discuss them using the conceptual frameworks from the class.
To write this assignment, you should have completed the game. If your game does not have an end state (e.g. MMOs or online modes of certain games), or is too long to finish within the given time frame, please talk to the instructor to negotiate what means to "finish" your game.
Your extended analysis should be between 1500-1700 words, double spaced in 12 point standard fonts (Times, Arial, etc.), and submitted in one of the following standard formats: .doc, .pdf or .rtf.
The grade of the assignment is broken down as follows: